The Surety and Fidelity Industry Intern and Scholarship Program for Minority Students provides awards of up to $5,000 to outstanding minority students to support their studies in the areas of insurance/risk management, accounting, economics, or business/finance and to encourage their consideration of the surety industry and surety/fidelity underwriting as a career choice.
Member companies are looking for underwriting interns which would be responsible for a variety of tasks, including financial analysis of risk, accounting, data entry, and underwriting surety bond requests.
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) works solely for U.S. Congress, providing essential policy and legal research to both the House and the Senate. Prided on nonpartisan and objective research, the CRS has been a valued resource on Capitol Hill for over a century!
So, you’ve heard about consulting from a friend, family member, or through social media. Based on what you’ve been told, it sounds like consulting is a good fit for someone with your interests and talents. There is no need to dedicate the rest of your life to one career path at this point in your professional career, but now IS the time to explore your options and expose yourself to as many opportunities as possible. At this stage in your first year of college, take the time to ask yourself some key questions:
In addition to being the home of our beloved university, Charlottesville is a great city to live, play, and work in. Whether you are hoping to find work during the academic year to pay for school expenses or if you want to stay in the city after graduation, check out some of the local opportunities below to jump-start your employment search in the Charlottesville/Albemarle area.
The Externship program through the Center for Engineering Career Development at the University of Virginia is designed to match students with employers and present students the opportunity to experience a job setting outside of a typical internship arrangement. Externships are typically unpaid and last for a few days. Often the externship will involve a student shadowing an employee of the company to learn more about a particular type of work or industry. Participating in this program does not guarantee a paid internship or a full-time position.
How do I choose a major? How do I know that a major is right for me? What if I pick the wrong major? What if I end up working in an industry or a field I hate? How do I figure out what to do after graduation? How do I figure out what my skills are? How do I know that the things I'm learning about now will help me later on?
On Wednesday, October 19, CareerEco will be hosting a Diversity Virtual Career Fair from 9:00am-6:00pm. The Virtual Career Fair will feature 40+ employers, across a variety of sectors, who are interested in hiring individuals with diverse backgrounds for internships and full-time positions.
Here is the full list of employers that will be at the Career Fair: https://www.careereco.com/Fair/FairSchedule?fairId=1c8e485d-d0db-4153-82dc-a611013a30ba